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Managua

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MARRIAGE REQUIREMENTS

In Nicaragua, legal marriages can be performed by either a Nicaraguan notary or judge. The Canadian Embassy consular officer may authenticate foreign marriage documents, but this is not required for the marriage to be considered valid outside of Nicaragua. The fee for the authentication of a document is $30.00. The civil marriage is considered the legal marriage though the family may also require the church wedding.

To legally marry in Nicaragua, a foreigner must present a valid passport (or other acceptable identification document) and sometimes a birth certificate.  In addition, persons previously married must present evidence of the dissolution of the previous marriage (e.g. a divorce decree or death certificate of the previous spouse) and/or proof that they are single.

With the documentation listed above and two witnesses with Nicaraguan cedulas, a Nicaraguan notary or judge can marry you.

Requirements:

The groom must be over the age of 21 or legally emancipated through court order.  The bride must be over the age of 18 or legally emancipated through court order.

If the bride and/or the groom are under the ages listed above and have not been emancipated, the parents and/or custodians of the underage partner must consent to the marriage.

Impediments to marriage are mental disability, pending dissolution of prior marriages, among others. It is illegal to marry your sibling in Nicaragua.



TRAVEL INFORMATION

TRAVEL DOCUMENTS

To enter Nicaragua, a passport valid for at least six months from the date of arrival is required by all nationals referred to in the chart above. US travelers only require a passport valid for the duration of their stay.

Nicaragua is party to the Central America Border Control Agreement (CA-4). Under the terms of this agreement, tourists may travel within any of the CA-4 countries (El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua) for a period of up to 90 days, without completing entry and exit formalities at border immigration checkpoints. This period begins at the first point of entry into any of the CA-4 countries. Fines are applied for travelers who exceed this 90-day limit, although a 30-day extension can be made before the 90 days limit expires.

All nationals referred to in the chart above can obtain a tourist card on arrival for US$10 for touristic stays of up to 90 days (although they can be issued for as little as 30 days), providing they hold valid travel documents and, in the case of business travelers, a letter from their employer and/or company in Nicaragua. Visas for Nicaragua are not required by nationals referred to in the chart above.



CURRENCY

The official currency is the Cordoba. Currently, coins of 5, 10, 25 and 50 cents are in circulation, as well as coins of 1, 5 and 10 Córdoba’s and banknotes of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 Córdoba’s.



LANGUAGE

Spanish.

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In Managua, the wet season is oppressive and overcast; the dry season is muggy, windy, and mostly clear; and it is hot year-round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 71°F to 94°F and is rarely below 67°F or above 97°F. Based on the beach/pool score, the best time of year to visit Managua for hot-weather activities is from early December to late March.

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Green prevails in the city of Managua. Visitors will find it in boulevards, sidewalks, parks, roundabouts, gardens, courtyards, neighborhoods...There are trees, plants and grass everywhere! Either on an airplane or at the highest points of this territory, tourists will always see a large green mantle that usually contrasts with the roofs, streets and facades of the multiple buildings of the city. Managua offers has a diverse cultural offer. In addition to the places we mentioned before, there are other centers spread in its territory.

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Pochomil beach is situated on Managua's Pacific Coast. After Montelimar this beach is the nearest beach to the capital city, being only 60km away. It is perhaps the most popular beach among the people of Managua. There’re also other beaches like Montelimar Beach is the closest beach to Managua city, La boquita beach approximately 70 km of Managua, San Juan Del Sur beach is located about 130 km South East of Managua city.

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Augusto C. Sandino International Airport is the main joint civil-military public international airport in Managua, Nicaragua named after Nicaraguan revolutionary Augusto Nicolás Sandino and located in the City's 6th ward, known locally as Distrito 6.

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Shop at the Galerias, Metrocentro or Multicentro Las Americas malls if you want a more comfortable or secure shopping environment. These malls offer traditional retail shopping venues with higher prices than the markets and some entertainment options, such as movie theaters, roaming clowns and rides for children. Keep in mind that purchases made in non-market venues carry a 15 percent sales tax. The malls also offer food courts with a mixture of familiar chain restaurants and some local and regionally based dining options.

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Alta Bar is usually considered the best club in Managua, though it can be pricey. The reasoning for this is usually the quality of its amenities, food, design, and music. ome places, however, such as Reef and Alta Bar can surprise you with cocktail prices reaching $14 or higher for the finer drinks. On that note, those two bars/clubs are probably the fanciest in Galerias. If you’d rather go somewhere a little less expensive, you can go to Karaoke, a nearby club that becomes a karaoke venue after 12 a.m. Reef and Karaoke are the only two venues that offer live music in Galerias.

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Nicaraguan cuisine uses both traditional Latin American ingredients of corn and fruits, and Caribbean coast and islands seafood and coconuts, providing different tastes. The majority of Nicaraguan food is a mixture of Spanish and indigenous cuisine, where corn is the main staple. Examples of typical dishes include Nactamel, a doughy corn mix (called ‘masa’) wrapped in a plantain leaf then cooked with a pork, rice, potatoes, and other vegetables; or a guirilla, a flat-bread made from corn which is sweetened and served with crumbly white cheese. Fruits used in Nicaraguan cuisine include jocote, mimbro, and bananas. Avocados are also used avidly when in season. Corn is not just used for making food, but drinks also, such as chica (a cold drink sweetened and usually flavored with banana or vanilla), and pinololillo (a cornmeal and cacao beverage mixed with water or milk).

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Located in a valley that goes from the 'Sierras de Managua' (South) to the shores of Lake Xolotlan (North), this municipality is mainly occupied by its capital city, which is the administrative and political center of Nicaragua. Managua has its own personality: its chaotic design gathers several modern residential areas, poor settlements, volcanic lagoons, shopping malls, a hectic nightlife, hotels, restaurants and tour operators.

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